Emaar Pakistan joins hands with Zameen.com

LAHORE (pr): Emaar Pakistanhas come on board with Zameen.com, the largest and most popular property portal in the country, to market two of its projects in Islamabad and Karachi.

Emaar Properties is a world renowned developer, famed for building the tallest structure ever made by humanity, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. Emaar Pakistan’s projects, Crescent Bay Karachi and Canyon Views Islamabad, have added an international touch of class to the real estate market of the country.

Crescent Bay is a breath-taking addition to Karachi’s skyline. A contemporary architectural composite of uniquely designed towers stretching across crescent-shaped bays, it is a marvel of modern engineering. Canyon Views Islamabad is a complete community spread over 350-acres of land in the Federal Capital’s most desirable neighbourhood.

ICMAP members to reshape the institution

KARACHI (PR): The senior members of the Institute of Cost & Management of Accountant of Pakistan (ICMAP) held a seminar held at Hamdard Hall on Tuesday with theme of “CMA Profession in Pakistan-Past, Present and Future”. It was addressed by Kashif Ansaru, Saghir-ul-Hassan Khan, Iqbal Ghauri, Raheel Asghar Ginai and Muhammad Aslam Bhatti.

On this occasion, the Senior members shared their reminiscences about the ICMAP which has high prestige and glorious history especially in the sense of being the only institution Pakistan which has its credit the unique distinction of providing of quality professional education at an affordable to the common man.

While appreciating the role of ICMAP, the senior members who have held highly prestigious position in the private and public sectors noted that majority of its members belonged to middle class families and are indeed the proud of ICMAP which imparted them with professional expertise in the field of Management, Accountancy and Finance.

Skilled youth to cut unemployment

LAHORE (PR): TEVTA chairperson Irfan Qaiser Shaikh has said that in order to reduce unemployment in the province of the Punjab, youth should become skillful. Jobs opportunities will surely be available after completion of their vocational training.  Present demands, instead of general education, vocational education and training should be prioritized.  It is very important for the youth because technical hands never remain unemployed.  Pakistan’s industrial and agricultural development also depends on the availability of skilled manpower.  Middle and Matric boys and girls should be well aware about their future.  If we are earning millions of dollars through export of agriculture, textiles and trained manpower, the main reason for this is the preparation of skilled people.  He was addressing a meeting to review the progress of demand driven short courses to be offered from 15th January here at Tevta Secretariat.

 Chief Operating Officer Jawad Ahmed Qureshi and others were also present on this occasion.

Conference on food security

ISLAMABAD (PR): Pakistan is facing a silent crisis of malnutrition that is amongst the worst in the world and has not improved for decades. Amid such grim situation as far as the menace of malnutrition is concerned, a two-day National Conference on the State of Nutrition in Pakistan and formation of the Scaling Up Nutrition Civil Society Alliance (SUN-CSA) was convened here in Islamabad.

Federal Minister for Planning & Development Mr. Ahsan Iqbal chaired the first day of the conference. Mr. Sikandar Hayat Khan Bosan, Federal Minister for National Food Security & Research concluded the Conference on the second day. He Conference observed one-minute silence to pay homage to the victims of terrorism at Peshawar school. Prior to opening the first session, member SUN-CSA Election Advisory Committee & Director PILER Zulfiqar Shah appreciated the fact that Civil Society has joined forces to combat the malnutrition issue.